Police are looking for an armed robbery suspect who went on a crime spree last week.  Detective Kimberly Bates with Silent Witness says the suspect knocked over three convenience stores in under an hour.  The suspect targeted Circle-K stores between 43rd Avenue to 59th Avenue and Indian School Road

to Van Buren.  The suspect may have had a lookout involved in these robberies.  Bates says a Hispanic man was seen on surveillance cameras in every store with the suspect at each robbery.  Police are calling this person an “investigative lead” as he wasn’t an “active participant” in the robberies.  The “lead” would walk into the store before or after the suspect and the suspect never seemed “concerned” this person was in the store at the time of the robbery.  The suspect is described as a Hispanic man, five-five to five-ten, 140 pounds, between 20 and 30-years-old.  He also has very large and distinctive tattoos on his arm.  The numbers “SIX” and “TWO” are tattooed on his forearm the stretch from his elbow to wrist.  Anyone with information is asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.

Kris Dugan